>Off the Beaten Path>Christmas Eve - what's on the menu?
Needs more cowbell!
We'll be doing our "traditional" meal of Chinese take-out...beef & broccoli, sweet & sour chicken, teriyaki chicken skewers, crab rangoons.
• Do some dus...and some CX...and some tandem gravel...and some podiums...
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Fish, homemade pierogi, mashed potatoes, corn, Lima beans, babalki, rolls, and pie for dessert.
Mile 5:49 - 5K 19:58 - 10K 43:06 - HM 1:36:54
The wife's family comes over,but it's very informal. Who ever shows up,great.
We have a turkey and ham in the oven. The fridge is full of beer,and I picked up a bottle of Jim Beam for me. Besides protein and liquor,we have some desserts too!
Christmas day,different story.
Run until the trail runs out.
2200 miles ---2015
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The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff
Drake...Bourbon is always a good bet.
We divide the Christmas Eve meal up. I'm cooking a Rib Roast aka Prime Rib and Macaroni and Beer Baked Cheese. DW is making the three layer Chocolate cake right now.
Huge selection of beer. Something for everybody.
My family tradition was always Pancakes and Eggs on Christmas Eve. My adopted family does soup - usually chowder. I made a big pot of vegan Minestrone last week. Half of it went to Saturday's race. The rest is going to dinner tonight.
A Saucy Wench
I put other as I havent decided yet but probably nothing special. Xmas day is the big meal and we had friends over last night. I probably should have clicked "leftovers" as there is a good chance that is the deal.
After dinner we'll have eggnog and cookies.
I have become Death, the destroyer of electronic gadgets
"When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - dd, age 7
Growing up we did something like this...a random buffet of everyone's favorite foods in our family of 5. There was almost always boiled shrimp, broiled steaks, pickled herring (we're Vikings, after all), Swedish fruit soup, Sloe gin slush, olives, pickles, Boston cream pie, 5 year cheddar (nowadays our favorite dairy also does 10 and 15 year, so we have that any time my family is together).
roasted lamb with russel sprouts, broccoli and freshly dug own garden parsnips and carrots.
5k - 20:56 (09/12), 7k - 28:40 (11/12), 10k trial - 43:08 (03/13), 42:05 (05/13), FM - 3:09:28 (05/13), HM - 1:28:20 (05/14), Failed 10K trial - 6:10/mi for 4mi (08/14), FM - 3:03 (09/14)
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Our kids are with their other parents tonight. We are going to see The Hobbit here in a little bit and then we are going out to dinner, probably to The Olive Garden so we can stuff our faces and then come home to lay waste to the vodka we purchased at the liquor store this afternoon. We hate not having our kids on Christmas Eve, but we try to make the most of it and enjoy our time together.
an amazing likeness
Steamers, lobster, & cheese souffle. Can't buck tradition.
Choosing my words carefully has never been my strength I've been known to be vague and often pointless
lobster & cheese souffle.
Interval Junkie --Nobby
Wigilia here too.
Add some pickled herring, and there you go.
2014 Goals: sub-3 Marathon
Current Status 11/10: Back to building up miles. Junk feels mostly okay. Kinda.
Hopefully take out...as my cupboards are bare, but I'm not even sure if there are any restaurants open around me!
Chicken fajitas, twice-baked potato, a taste of bleu cheese potato salad, yellow cake with chocolate frosting, and banana pudding.
Longboard lager and koko brown ale.
Bufala pizza from Bianelli's would be good.
DGF's apple pie.